Free Download – Yellowstone River Guide Book

Trout Headwaters, Inc. is pleased to support free downloads of Your Guide to Conservation, Recreation, Education and Resources – The Yellowstone River Guide Book.  This beautiful concise guide gives you everything you need to plan your Yellowstone adventure. More, it provides stakeholders with valuable conservation information and many resource links to insure…

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The Yellowstone River – Still the Longest Undammed River in the Lower 48?

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Montana Department of Environmental Quality have issued a joint notice advising plans currently being considered by the District Engineer at Omaha, Nebraska.  According to the notice NOW-2008-02556-MTB the applicant is intending to “conduct periodic placement of rock” on the existing diversion dam and to…

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Rotenone? 1952 Called and Wants Its Fisheries Management Strategy Back

A recent study in the Transactions of the American Fisheries Society  (Volume 142, Issue 1, 2013) reports that after two decades, wild trout in the Blackfoot River Basin of Montana are still benefiting from stream restoration efforts. That’s great news that a peer-reviewed study finds a positive correlation between restoration…

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How to Keep Trout Streams Cool in a Warming Climate

This month National Geographic reported that anglers who flock to Montana in search of their own authentic A River Runs Through It experience are out of luck. “On September 4, the Blackfoot River, centerpiece of Norman Maclean’s beloved story…was closed to fishing by in an effort to protect fish from…

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Voluntary Landowner Pact to Protect Montana’s Big Hole River Grayling Is Helping

In a recent Montana Standard newspaper article, John Grant Emeigh reported that 33 ranchers along Montana’s Big Hole River are working together to limit their water usage from the river as it suffers from two years of drought. A voluntary pact has been in effect since 2006 involving about 90…

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Trout Headwaters Started with a Customer Before a Company

by THI President and Founder, Michael Sprague At Trout Headwaters (THI) we have a “customer-first” philosophy.  But considering our firm’s fortuitous beginnings, we really couldn’t have done it any other way.  You see, THI started with a customer first. For any business having a customer before it officially offered products…

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The Yellowstone River Guide to Conservation, Recreation, Education and More

Trout Headwaters, Inc is pleased to release the 2013 FREE Yellowstone River Guide  for Conservation, Recreation, Education and other Resources.  This brand new guide gives you everything you need to plan your Yellowstone adventure for a short half-day or for a month.  More, it provides stakeholders with valuable conservation information and many resource…

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WATCH: Online Screening of the New Adventure Documentary ‘Where the Yellowstone Goes’ at Outside Magazine Online

Join Outside Magazine Online via http://www.outsideonline.com/outdoor-adventure/water-activities/paddling/WATCH-Free-Screening-of-the-New-Adventure-Film-Where-the-Yellowstone-Goes.html for a remarkable 30-day journey down the largest stretch of undammed river in the lower 48 states. Watch a free screening Thursday, December 20, from 7 to 10 p.m. ET  of Where the Yellowstone Goes ,  an account of director Hunter Weeks’s 30-day journey down the longerst undammed river in…

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TroutHeads Gear for the Holidays!

Unique Gifts for the Trout Head in Your Life Official TroutHeads gear makes great gifts and can be found only one place – www.troutheads.org! Proudly wear the official TroutHeads t-shirt or embroidered cap, or sport an official THI Staff shirt, cap, or field water bottle. Keep a journal in the…

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Where the Yellowstone Goes – Acclaimed Documentary Released on DVD and iTunes

Chronicling a 31-day journey on the longest undammed river in the lower 48, the film covers major issues like the 2011 oil spill, along with sweet anecdotal stories and plenty of fly fishing, on one of America’s most wild and scenic rivers. Director Hunter Weeks teams up with presenting sponsor…

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